In my travels I’ve rarely found it a problem to find clean drinking water. I drank the water in places like Croatia and Thailand but what inevitably got me sick was the water in Australia. If only I had a water purifier back then to get rid of bacteria in water. So when I received a PurifiCup to test out, I was interested to see how it would work. I liked that it was easy to assemble and didn’t take up much room. It’s smaller than the average water bottle. You simply put water into the top cup, which filters into the bottom one with fresh water. You can purchase the natural or tap water versions.
The PurifiCup is good for over 300 uses, so you don’t have to worry about constantly replacing your filters while on the road. It started to slow through the filter and didn’t completely filter the water, but you have to use it at least once before relying on it to clean your water. I plan on bringing a water filter on a trip to Asia next year!
See my post over on Her Packing List about water purifiers for more information.
I received a complimentary PurifiCup from Deep Creek PR and PurifiCup, but all opinions are my own.